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Join the CLINSH Focus Group of ports and authorities

The CLINSH project will propose policies for the greening of inland waterways transport based on the monitoring of ships emissions, scenario building and socio-economic analysis.

There is special emphasis on alignment of policies by ports and authorities around two initial topics in particular:

* Deployment of onshore power supply

* Vessel scoring methodology for policy incentives

A focus group has been formed consisting of port and local authorities to exchange knowledge, test and get feedback on best practices with deployment of onshore power (OPS) and to coordinate local incentives to promote OPS. The focus group may also initiate new deployment projects under EU programmes.

The port and local authorities focus group will also promote alignment and harmonization of local incentives for low-emission ships based on a common vessel scoring methodology developed within CLINSH.

Several ports and local and regional authorities are partners in the CLINSH project. They invite you to join this focus group. Up to three live meetings are foreseen in the period 2018-2020.

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Posted 2018-10-16 07:56:45

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